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Wieliczka Salt Mine

Wieliczka - a must-see spot in Krakow’s environs, lies only 10 kilometers from the city center. It dates back to Middle Ages and is one of the most famous salt mines in the world.

 
Auschwitz-Birkenau

June, 1940 the first transport of Polish political prisoners arrived in Auschwitz. This date marks the beginning of Auschwitz concentration camp which became a symbol of the atrocities of WW2 and Holocaust – the mass murder of European Jews.

 
Jews of Galicia

The Lesser Poland is a part of the former Galicia, one of the most multicultural and multireligious regions of Europe. In 1900 every third inhabitant of Galicia was of Jewish origin. This part of Poland allows to experience the exceptional character of the pre-war Jewish towns, so-called shtetls.

 
Wooden Architecture Route

The growing popularity of the region gave rise to creating „The Wooden Architecture Route” several years ago to highlight the most valuable wooden monuments of the Lesser Poland.

 
Zakopane and the Tatra Mountains

The city of Krakow lies only 100 kilometers away from the most beautiful Polish mountains - the Tatras. Its main city, Zakopane, often called “the winter capital of Poland” is famous for its wooden architecture and rich local culture.

 
Dunajec Ravine Rafting

A rafting passage along the picturesque ravine of the Dunajec river is a must-do attraction in Pieniny National Park, one of the unusually charming and yet commercially unspoilt regions in the Lesser Poland.

 
Ojcow National Park

Smallest but one of the most attractive national parks in Poland - Ojcow National Park - is rich in wildlife, fanciful limestone rocks and medieval architecture.

 
Wadowice and Kalwaria Zebrzydowska

Visitors to Krakow are often keen to do a one-day tour of the Sanctuary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska and Wadowice, the birthplace of Karol Wojtyla - Pope John Paul II.